Global Warming And The Dark Nebula We Live In
The world we live in is constantly changing. We are always rotating and moving through space. The Earth experiences geological and meteorological changes on both a large and small scale every day. These changes have been occurring since the creation of the Earth. Many scientists, highly revered scholars, and geological engineers are working on finding the answers to the climate change. Often referred to as Global Warming, this temperature change is affecting our world today. Lubomir Cizek is a highly revered professional who has developed his theory on the Ice ages and the relation to the Dark Nebula in our solar system.
Lubomir Cizek spent his childhood in Southern Moravia. He spent a portion of his youth exploring the wonders of the Morava River where he noticed geological abnormalities. The unanswered questions from his youth regarding the materials he found, led him to study Mining Engineering and Geology in Ostrava in the Czech Republic. His time at the Mining Academy was followed by employment in the oil industry where his curiosity of geological formations collided with his love of astronomy. Putting his knowledge of the two areas together, he formed his theory on Global Warming and the origins of Ice ages.
In Cizek's theory, he believes that the solar system that we exist in is located inside of an invisible Dark Nebula. We are located in the inner portion of the Dark Nebula where matter decreases the amount of sunshine, thus creating an Ice age.
The Dark Nebula, in which we exist, is located in the central portion of our Galaxy among millions of stars. In this area, the light that is present either passes through or is absorbed by the invisible Dark Nebula. The center of the Galaxy contains a large density of stars and a supernova star. Dark Nebula covers the Galaxy; therefore, we do not observe the centers of these supernova stars or our own Galaxy's center. The observance of these supernova stars within a galaxy is available for study approximately every 50 years.
The change in the temperature of the Northern Hemisphere is rising at an alarming rate. This is due to the lack of density of atoms and stardust particles in the dark nebula that the Earth is passing through. In earlier years, the amount of protection that the Earth received from the invisible Dark Nebula matter kept the penetration of sunlight to a lower level. As the Earth passes through the thinner portion of the Dark Nebula, it is experiencing a larger amount of direct heat from the sun. This causes a condition known as Global Warming.
This heightened level of heat from the sun is affecting the glaciers and temperatures on Earth in the Northern areas. The melting of the ice caps and glaciers are unmistakable signs that Global Warming is at our doorstep. By observing both the Earth and the night sky, Lubomir Cizek has unlocked the mystery of the connection between the solar system and the imminent Ice ages that occur naturally to our environment.
About the Author
Lubomir Cizek studied Mining Engineering and Geology at the Mining Academy in Ostrava, Czech Republic. He has also spent a lot of time at a telescope and a lot of time studying astronomy. For more information, please visit http://iceagetheory.com/
Submitted on: 2015-07-21 20:34:50